Have you noticed how seldom you receive mail that looks personal. Perhaps it has a hand-addressed envelope…or at least your correct name on the envelope.
I don’t know about you, but I always give this mail my full attention. Someone is actually trying to communicate a personal message to me.
How do you thank your clients? Do you send them a stock mass-produced card, or do you send something that is carefully selected, non-generic?
I always use one of my hand-made cards. Although they take time to make, I consider my clients worth the time. Would you like to learn to make your own personal cards? If you are an artist, thanking your collectors in this way can boost your success substantially. It makes a wonderful impression and makes people feel appreciated.
In my new class, I teach how to make art cards that are personal to you. Would you like to learn how?
Check out my class. It’s happening on March 14. If you take this class, you will join me in my wondrous, light-filled studio for a day of creative play. You will leave with knowledge to make a powerful tool for connecting with your clients in a personal way.